This article points out problems with the apparent link between atheism and intelligence, provides reason to think that strength of belief in Christianity may be correlated with intelligence, and reminds people that intelligence is at best a weak indicator on whether or not atheism is true and Christianity is false. Let’s start with this typical … Read more On the Apparent Link Between Atheism and Intelligence
This article is my response to a video alleging that the US is training for a War on the 2nd Amendment. Here’s the video: I’m not upset about a new training ground and I’m skeptical that the sole intent of this facility is to train for an offensive civil war campaign. I’m upset that Christians … Read more Re: U.S. Military Trains for War on 2nd Amendment
In this article I will argue that there are at least a few strong and current examples of conservatism in media and pop culture, although I will not by any means arguing about its degree. While I am not going to argue that liberalism is the major driver of media and pop culture in this … Read more Conservatism in Media and Pop Culture
In this article I will look at caeconomics as a series of theories and prescribe two key tests by which we might validate or invalidate those theories. Caeconomics can be thought of as a unique field of study. However, it can also be thought of as a series of theories within other fields of study. I … Read more Two Key Tests for Caeconomics as a Theory
In this article I will give 6 reasons why Christianity is more consistent with and conducive to libertarianism than secularism is. Recently at PorcFest, a very cool event in my opinion, Adam Kokesh hosted a talk between Stefan Molyneux and Ernest Hancock on the topic of atheism and anarchy. I liked the talk and I think … Read more 6 Reasons Christianity is More Conducive to Libertarianism Than Secularism
Source – J. Warner Wallace – coldcasechristianity.com – 8/22/13 [From John: J. Warner Wallace is a cold case detective and Christian apologetic. He is well known for his evidence-based approach, treating the Bible just like a crime to solve. In this post he gives corroborative evidence for the validity of the Bible and explains what that means and … Read more J. Warner Wallace: Unbelievable? Is There Enough Evidence Beyond the Gospels to Make Their Testimony Reliable?
This recent article detailed the fact that an atheist monument has recently been erected in Florida, and it may be the first atheist monument allowed on government property in the US. I’m glad they erected the monument. My hope is that it represents a paradigm shift in the community where, rather than seeking to silence … Read more New Atheism Is Contradictory, Ignorant of Christianity
Some poor logician my atheist friend sent me in a facebook post attempted to attack Plantiga’s Modal Ontological argument and did a horrible job. Find the article here. First of all, what is PMOA? He attacks it in 3 ways:1 He attempts to say that the argument is logically valid but meaningless2 He attempts to … Read more Destroying a Weak Attack on the Modal Ontological Argument
Under traditional economics utility is subjective. Under CAE we discern between personal and objective utility. Personal utility is classical economic utility or personal preference. Objective utility is defined in two ways and the two ways will always yield the same result. The first definition of objective utility is the subjective preference of the objective reference … Read more God’s Will as Objective Utility and Interpretive Proof
Caeconomics (cake-o-nomics) is the study of optimal decision making from the viewpoint of economic analysis under the presumption that Christianity is true while recognizing that interpretation of Christianity is inevitably done on a personal basis. The word is formed from Christian Anarchism Economics. The reasons for this nomenclature are elaborate and will be one of … Read more What is Caeconomics?